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King's Lynn Town 0 Maidenhead United 0
Saturday 1st May
Saturday 1st May
Vanarama National
16 Solihull Moors 35 45
17 Altrincham 37 42
18 Weymouth 35 36
19 Wealdstone 36 33
20 Woking 36 32
21 King's Lynn 36 29
22 Barnet 35 21

Thurlow Nunn Div One
10  Diss Town 12 15
11  Framlingham Town 11 13
12  Needham Market Res 12 13
13  King's Lynn U21s 11 12
14  Cornard United 12 11
15  Sudbury Reserves 10 11
16  Debenham LC 10 10

Lynn got a point and clean sheet against Maidenhead United in a close fought game at The Walks that had few chances. It is now seven games for Lynn without a win and just short of 300 minutes from their last goal but it is of little consequence as the season draws to a close.
Lynn welcomed back Rory McAuley from injury/furlough as they said goodbye to Rob Howard playing his last game having joined on loan from Brackley Town.
McAuley, whose last outing in Lynn colours was the 5-1 victory over Barnet in February, replaced Tai Fleming who dropped to the bench.
Lynn were also without Elkan Baggott who was in FA Youth Cup action for parent club Ipswich Town yesterday evening, scoring in a game which saw them progress to the semi-final of the competition which, from Lynn's point of view, means he will probably be unavailable for more matches.
Cameron King also remains sidelined and will probably not be seen again this season as he awaits hospital test results.
The visitors just about edged the first half which saw both sides hit the wordwork as they alternated attacking attempts.
Theo Richardson was the first 'keeper to make a save to deny Richard Ince's header and then Lynn responded with a Tyler Denton shot which Rhys Lovett kept out.
Alex Kiwomya had an effort which met a similar fate before the Magpies enjoyed a good spell during which Ryheem Sheckleford had a shot which went just wide.
Sheckleford was in action at the other end doing enough to make sure a Michael Gash effort earned no more than a corner for the home side.
The Magpies were the first to find the woodwork three minutes before the break, Alfie Egan hitting the top of the bar with Lynn responding in kind with Sonny Carey hitting the right post after good build play between Howard and Michael Clunan.
Magpies hot-shot Danilo Orsi-Dadomo had the final say of the half, shooting just wide from close range.
The second half produced few clear cut chances although Lynn were more dominant. Michael Gyasi and Denton both had efforts saved while substitute Josh Coley was creative for the Magpies but neither side could provide the goal the game needed.
Lynn: Richardson, Callan-McFadden, Howard, Gyasi (Payne 70), McAuley, Denton, Clunan (Babos 83), Kiwomya (Jackson 70), Carey, Coleman, Gash. Subs: Fleming, Payne, Babos, Jackson, Gascoigne. Booked: Coleman. Howard
Maidenhead: Lovett, Parry, Orsi-Dadomo (Wiltshire 89), Egan, Ince, Sparkes. Sheckleford, Upward, Kelly (Coley 67), Massey, Barratt. Subs: Wiltshire, Coley, Comley, Keetch, Smile. Booked: Kelly, Parry